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wants to spend additional money on roads and bridges and end a number of corporate tax breaks. we will have live coverage at 11:30 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> c-span 2 provided key coverage and booktv. the only television network devoted to non-fiction books and authors. >> sweeds have been accused of trying to hide the accounts of 22 united states citizens. carl levin is calling on the justice department to hand over the names of those who used the bank at a -- to alem ledgedly avoid paying taxes. >> good morning. the meeting will come to order. the american public is angry about offshore tax abuse and efforts by americans to evade their tax obligations by hiding money offshore. today's hearing follows up on a meeting this subcommittee held in 2008 when we presented evidence that well-known banks were deliberately helping united states clients cheat on their taxes by opening offshore counts never reported to the irs despite united states law requiring their disclosure. the hearing focused in part on ubs, the largest bank in switzerland that had 52, 000 customers and $18 million in
too much, borrows too much, and taxes too much. it reflects says america's priorities to create jobs, strengthen the middle class, and build an economy that creates opportunity for all. went to theell floor yesterday and talked about the president's budget proposal. he said it is not a serious document. [video clip] >> it will probably never past the democratic led senate. in some sense, that is the point. rather than put together a constructive blueprint both parties could use to get the economy moving, the president is opting for the political stunt for a budget that is more about andng up the base in election-year. it would increase taxes by over $1 trillion in the worst economic slowdown anyone can remember. it would explode spending by $790 billion, forcing us to borrow more money. it would do almost nothing to threatsthe serious facing our children's futures and does not come close to balancing this year. mitch mcconnell talking about the 2015 budget proposal. congress will take up budget proposals and will decide what gets spent. "the washington post" tweeted this -- it would
with the original bond covenants. what we have in hand on the nonhousing side, in particular tax exempt born proceeds which have their own other set of restrictions and limitations, they need to pass the public use and private activity test. they're best suited for what i call bricks and mortar hard construction uses. so, we would need to spend those consistent with those restrictionses. you may recall on rops 13 14 b, we have two excess bond proceeds lines. we have 785,000 for the bayview opera house plaza construction work with mta and 450,000 with the mayor's office of housing and community development for their model block streetscape improvement program in bayview hunters point. and we expect that those contracts will then come before you this spring. so, we put them on the rops for the overall spending authority but then there is a process to actually enter into agreement and come before you to fulfill that agreement. so, we have about 1.1 million remaining in nonhousing tax exempt bond proceeds that we are proposing to put on [speaker not understood] to get that expenditure authority.
for the tax rates to pay for that. most definitely. caller: our roads are awful. we have a lot of state roads. repair work would really help. where else do you see jobs available besides infrastructure spending? where else do you think the government can help create jobs? caller: i think in the technology,system, private sector. help bringons would about income to a level of being able to take care of your family, cover your living expenses. if that was not for unions, we would not be able to watch you on television right now. so they can rip off citizens and keep low wages and make big profits. thank you. calling in from philadelphia, pennsylvania. fish and sam says the president's budget should be how not to spend others money. also, dean writes in, too bad the gop will kill his budget. are they totally heartless? commentspage, several on that. allen writes in on her thoughts on the president's budget plan. she says stop messing around with other people's lives. we will continue to bring you comments. we want to hear you on the phone. the phone lines are open. ruben in philly on the line fo
u.s. tax evaders. we will talk credit suisse after the break. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." i am manus cranny at bloomberg's european headquarters in london. these are the bloomberg top headlines. from being thene most attractive carry trade that in the emerging markets to the worst in the space of two months. as the central bank's efforts to weaken the currency caused volatility to search. the exchange rate tumbled the most since 2010 earlier this week. losing money for investors who borrowed dollars to buy the yuan. angela merkel is expected to call for a stronger european union during her visit to the u.k. today. the german chancellor arrives in london later. she will address both houses of parliament and have tea with her majesty, the queen. >> i think she is going to try to convince the u.k. to stay in europe. that there are more advantages to stay in than to get out. you can't really pick what you like and not take the rest. i think that is the main message. yatsenyuk won the support of ukraine protesters in kiev to the an interim cabinet and averted a fraud. he says law
their settlement agreements including the method of calculating the agreements and whether it is tax deductible and so on and the disclosure would be required up front at the time this is announced. now the fed doesn't have to wait for congress to do that, you could voluntarily adopt that public disclosure now. will you do that? >> i agree with you, it is important for us to disclose more and to disclose as much as we can. and we'll look at that very carefully and try to provide for mfgs. >> so in principal we're talking about more disclosure here. >> correct. >> i think this is really important because this is about accountability. we want to hold our financial institutions accountable but it means accountability for our regulatory -- >> i agree. >> and i want to follow up onp senator brown's question about too big to fail. you said we have made significant progress but much work remains to be done and i agree. but since the financial crisis in 2008, the five largest financial institutions are 38% larger than they were back then. so my question is, what evidence would you need to see before yo
was spending on both a war and a great society without raising taxes. the fed was left to fight the resulting inflation alone. the nation's central bank, originally created to protect the banking system against panics, acquired more power to affect the economy than even it imagined at the outset. the federal reserve: does money matter? with the help of economic analyst richard gill, we'll explore that question on economics usa. i'm david schoumacher. coins, bills, checks-- our basic money supply. the amount of money and where it goes wiin the banking system has been the main concern of our nation's central bank. at the fed's headquarters here in washington, dc, closed deliberations are held by experts who continuously monitor our financial health and prescribe remedies. how did these experts prescribe a remedy that plunged us even deeper into the great depression? early in the 20th century, american banks operated with little regulation and great vulnerability. in 1907, that vulnerability became apparent when depositors lost confidence and demanded their money. the banks couldn't get short-te
. a tax credit. not a deduction. but a tax credit for the $35,000 for the employer. so this program is no cost to the business. my plan is also revenue neutral. no cost to taxpayers. think about it the intern would be paying taxes on the 35,000. also spending money in the community, which creates revenue for the irs. and also big point, the intern will not be drawing unemployment insurance, saving the taxpayers, and the business? they get work out of that intern, can test run expanding without running about costs. this plan is simple, targeted, matches needed skills with jobs available. we don't even need to add any bureaucracy. businesses just take that $35,000 credit on their tax return. and that's my off-the-record comment tonight. what do you think of my one page jobs plan? go to gretawire.com and tell us. >>> and are americans feeling buyer's remorse about president obama. take a look at the latest poll. 59% of americans are disappointed in the obama presidency. 59%. not just republicans. a big chunk of that disappointment coming from independence and democrats. joining us, cha
proposals to reform the irs. feel --p is set to on unveil his for pushover tax reform. what are some of the things that we know already about the proposal that chairman camp will announce question mark -- announce? >> he has been able to reduce income tax for individuals to 25%. we are hearing about a big tax on financial institutions and banks that could raise $60 billion. -- it is a hearing upmor mill appear -- -- u here. you are hearing capital gains tax. surtax.ll be a there are a lot of different proposals coming out of ways and means today and coming out of k street. we have seen analysis from the joint committee on taxation. >> what are you hearing from rank-and-file members in terms of this being an election year. how are they greeting the news of a tax reform package? >> we reported this morning and are night that republicans supported in general and in theory as a republican idea. when it comes to being a few months out of the midterm election, they are not pleased that they have to take a stance on a bill that has a lot of democratic ideals and it. it.n they may take a wha
of dollars in offshore tax evasion. your goggles, upbeat about business in the u.s. even as americans get more of a taste for craft through -- craft brews. airbus stock climbs higher as the company works to boost production on its best-selling a320. good morning. welcome. you are watching "the pulse." i am guy johnson. francine lacqua is off today. what do we have for you on the show today? it is all a board brand italy. monocle magazine's latest issue is all about the country. we are live with the editor-in-chief tyler brule. we're going to cover a lot of ground. italy, beautiful but problematic. what do we do with it? let's begin with our top story of the day, and explosive report by u.s. lawmakers on credit suisse. according to a senate committee, the bank helped american customers hide as much as $10 billion in assets from the irs. that is more than double the amount previously known. hans nichols has more on the findings. he joins us from berlin. >> the numbers are shocking. more so than the numbers, the details, the salacious aspects of this report. you had secret meetings in secret
in taxes. carl levin said the bank's actions were right out of a james bond field and helped them hide billions from the irs. currently their investigating credit suisse for offshore. >> is it reads like a spy novel. some of those monies into the bank vaults. >> i don't remember the bond film that was specifically about accounting. >>> irs commissioner john cosco will discuss about funds in the irs being aloe indicated including bonuses to employees. he's maintained that bonuses are needed to retain and attract good employees. the commission will also face questions about the agency's accused targeting of tea party groups. >>> president obama is taking his year of action message on the road today. he'll be in st. paul, minnesota, pitching the economic plan spelled out in his state of the union address. the president has been able to focus on transportation issues at st. paul's union depot. announcing new competition, encouraging investments to create jobs and restore infrastructure. >>> today, house democrats are set to kick off their efforts to raise the minimum wage. the president an
next week. inditexp this hour, fashions a tax loophole. we begin with our main subject of the morning. the situation in the ukraine is developing quickly. isted president yanukovych holding a press conference today from russia. the u.s. government tries to pull together international funding to avoid a default. let's go to kiev and our reporter there, ryan chilcote. walk us through what has been happening in the south of the country in the crimea this morning. >> it is certainly seizing headlines. i am at the ukrainian central bank with the prime minister and the head of central bank are giving a joint briefing about the state of the country's finances. the prime minister left early. i did have a quick conversation with him, one on one, and they are studying the situation in the crimea. they're trying to figure out who these people are. what we're talking about is that at five :00 this morning, another group of armed men -- at 5:00 this morning, another group appeared at anve in the crimea. we have two eyewitness reports that there is a group of somewhere between 50 and 100 armed men
for managing fiduciary capital. they paid roughly 15% taxes on that. >> you are saying most of those profits came from the carried interest? >> having taken some of these top private equity managers. >> that was an income that was a shared close-out, wasn't it? >> it was. you have structured a certain category of money managers and let them get taxed at 15%. the contrast was jamie dimon this week at jpmorgan. he is essentially paying ordinary income. the women and men who manage bloomberg are just managers to pay ordinary income. >> what is the solution for you? raising the dividend tax? >> it comes into this concern of mine about income inequality and wage inequality that is an epidemic in this country. we have so isolated at handful of women and men in this economy, purposefully. we have not only tolerated they're becoming inordinately rich, but we encourage it -- >> to pick on henry kravitz as one of the names, he pays those taxes and a capital gains transaction. he does charities. i don't know which ones. he does this, that, and the other thing. is that enough? >> it is not even close to
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not responded to hardworking americans who over the years have contributed taxes, maybe some of them are veterans, served in the united states military, willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. and now in their time of need we are dilly-dallying. unfortunately, we are doing so because our friends on the other side of the aisle cannot recognize that but for the grace of god there go i. these individuals are not standing in line to get unemployment insurance, they are standing in line to apply for jobs. because the people who are eligible for unemployment insurance are individuals who have worked most every day of their life, but unfortunately they have found in times of economic upswings and down swings, maybe because of their training, maybe because of being a recent veteran, that they are not able to get a job immediately. and this congress has delayed over and over again where our friends on the other side of the aisle and those republicans in the other body claim that they could not offer one vote to be able to pass unemployment insurance. these individuals need our commitment, ame
regulations. that's not income tax. that's not health care. that's federal regulations. the small business administration, not some republican, said it costs $11,000 per american worker to comply with federal regulations. $11,000. we're not saying that all of that's bad. what we're saying of the hundreds of thousands of federal regulations -- and by $520 , $1.8 trillion, million of that burden was passed in the last four years and there's $87 billion worth of regulations waiting just this year to be passed. now, the federal reserve and treasury, they testified at the financial services committee every year and they say if you can increase the gross domestic product by 2%, we can create jobs. 2%. if we can grow it from 2% to 4%. let me submit that in that 14% of the gross national product that's absorbed by federal regulations, we can find one out of seven of those regulations that we can change. i'll close by telling you a good one. the chairman started by talking about the cement industry. the e.p.a. proposed a regulation that would have put 200,000 american cement workers out of work. w
a point to set up the big tent on land of the black community. black people pay taxes to. we have a right to use this land. but in many places the local authorities said they cannot do it any way. but the police let it happen so it would not escalate. but at this point it is close to the and there is 1,000 people participating. they come to the ball field of the elementary school where they decided they would put the tents even though police arrested the indians grew. at first they let them do it then the huge contingent of cars of highway patrol supposedly that are protecting them now come out with riot gear and launch tear-gas. not as crowd control to push people off but they are launching directly into the crowd to punish them. then they moved their way in and hitting people with night sticks and pulling hair and kicking them it is absolute chaos. it is practically dark at that point it was as harrowing violence that existed within the movement but because it is dark and smoky there are no real iconic images it does not get the support of the federal government because even after that
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. what they said was the reason we got nowhere was the republicans would not raise taxes. that was not what the meeting was about. a meeting was about are you really willing to address the issues of medicare. today we have people over their lifetime, $120,000 as a couple in medicare taking out 359,000 out of medicare which is relevant. it does not work. people pay them for one-third of the cost. so i would say that, i would not engage in those conversations that power them because i do not think that they were ever earned i think it was optics. it was disappointing. if anything, when i left there, it broke down. immediately thereafter we then had this eerie in crisis. just a few weeks later the president asked us to, first of all, it appeared to me that we unilaterally were going to embark on activities. the president then asked for us to write an authorization for use of force which we did, and i was glad to do. one of the highlights of my time was working with menendez and others to craft something to pass on a vote out of the senate. then we went down the path. so i wo
. >> not to mention tax inversions. we've seenet so often in this area. finding a way to get to ireland is really what it amounts to or some other tax jurisdiction other than the united states my favorite having been that one that endo did with paladin and they both ended up in ireland. >> i like paragos that is in from ireland. isn't that the melting pot story there, israel, ireland. >> global economy. >> we could use tax reform and this is the perfect example. >> alchemy, what a great company, moves to ireland, boom, like that. >>> gm one of the worst performers this morning down 1.5%. ntsa will open a probe into the faulty ignition. and a lot of users are bed bath, vm, target, ralph lauren. >> a lot of profit taking. ralph lauren was upgraded and downgraded at goldman. the group, these were huge moves yesterday. you take them back a little bit and then i think they settle in and you buy them again because these stocks are much cheaper than the average stock in the market. and i like that. i like value. >> all right. how about a faber report? >> how about it? let's talk sears holdings. in fact, i wa
marone to be your chief of staff at homeland security that he made personal use of monies from tax-exempt charities? >> i was generally aware of his public testimony. it was highly publicized, and it concerned events 12-17 years ago. i'm more focused on the last five years when he's worked many national security. >> were you aware when he was hired that at one tomb he secured if writing approval for the retention of a private investigator to, quote-unquote, stoop on then-mayor of philadelphia ed rendell? >> as i said, his employment by senator fumo12-17 years ago when he was in his early 20s is a matter of public record. it was highly publicized. and anybody who knows christian marone knows that when he came out of college 12-17 years ago, he worked for senator fumo to. and if you don't, you could pirg that out by spending -- figure that out by spending six seconds on the internet. >> that's exactly my concern, he's been engulf inside a variety of controversy. have you reviewed this e-mail from april 21st, it's back in 19 t 8, but concern about the department must change its practi
for bond financing and tax credit and as soon as financing is in place, lennar will transfer the land and subsequently a ground lease will be signed. and that will happen right before construction starts in june. approximately six months before project completion development team of said marketing of property in accordance with an agency approved marketing plan, and [speaker not understood] can submit applications for lottery and slated to take place in july and the lottery will follow the preference -- which gives preference to hunters point certificate holders. as a first priority, western addition priority holders, rent burden and assisted housing [speaker not understood], san francisco residents in general, and the general public after that. [speaker not understood] will be able to move into the units hopefully in late 2015. this concludes my presentation and i'm available to answer any questions. >> thank you very much. any public comment on this item? >> i have one speaker card, doris vincent. >>> good afternoon. doris vincent. what has been presented before you has been vetted
plan will cut taxes for 13 1/2 million working americans while expanding the child and dependent care tax credit to help families afford child care. the president's blueprint also proposes cuts to army and national guard personnel. political analysts believe the president's budget is unlikely to get far in congress. >>> a utility worker is recovering this morning after being trapped for four hours in a 14-foot deep trench. three workers were replacing a sewer line in portland, oregon, when a utility trench there collapsed. two workers managed to escape, but the third became buried. they uncovered the trapped man's fay, allowing him to breathe. a team of fire and rescue personnel worked to get him out. finally they moved a hoist into place and were able to lift him to safety. he has serious, but nonlife-threatening injuries. >>> a night to remember for the nba's biggest star, miami's lebron james still wearing that protective mask far broken nose was red hot monday night as the heat took on charlotte's bobcats. james hit shot after shot after shot, finishing with a career high of 61 po
their secrecy but tax cases have threat tight end industry. could storage be an alternative? >> this is the future of the country. to store data, the next currency. >> considering an i.p.o. on the nasdaq with plans to build bunkers like this one all across switzerland. >> you will update and upgrade to your personal cloud here in this mountain. >> will the echoes compromise the data? >> no. >> but it won't leave the mountain. >> hans joins us now. hans, i have to say, you go around switzerland and there are lots of these bunkers there, the mountains just riddled with them if you're a swiss national, you spend a bit of time in the army, you spend a bit of time in them. how big can this get? >> this one was three stories. there are 60,000 bunkers that can be converted. maybe about 200-300 meters deep. room after room. it was hard to get a real good sense. they would not give us a map. i asked for one. we were just walking around. they are giant caverps full of mountain water, pools. room after room. the important thing is what they were talking about, given what happened on ca
sugar contributes to obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. some supervisors want to add a tax on sugary drinks which would help fund nutrition and physical education programs in our schools. >>> new this morning, a hot sauce factory can keep operating in irwindale in southern california at least for two more months. neighbors have been complaining about the spicy smells from the sriracha plant. the city council decided last night to give the factory until april to get a new filtration system working. the air quality management district expects new test results next month. >>> a $25,000 reward is out for whoever is trying to kill san francisco dogs with poisoned meatballs. the suspect scattered nearly 3 dozen suspicious meatballs in twin peaks last weekend. yelp's ceo is funding most of the reward money. in a statement, he said, my dog darwin is a big part of my life. i can't imagine losing him to this kind of thoughtless cruelty and i hope no one else does either. >>> new this morning, a man who pleaded guilty in the bryan stow beating in los angeles will remain in custody on unrelated
. >> we need a new corporate tax code and regulatory system to eliminate lobbyist loop holes and giveaways. level the playing field between businesses big and small and foster a dynamic globally competitive private sector. the left today no longer represents the little guy, but rather the crony clients of the ever expanding special interest state. progressives have become the party of wall street, k street and pennsylvania avenue. we must become the party of main street everywhere. >> k street what he's talking about where a lot of the lobbyists are in washington. that's utah tea party republican senator mike lee. keeping them honest, when he's not publicly crusading against lobbyists, guess. what he's privately asking them for money. drew griffin tonight caught him at it. take a look. >> reporter: it's 8:00 a.m. in snow bird, utah. and that early gondola heading up the mountain an hour before the slopes of this luxury resort even open is filled with lobbyists. but not just lobbyists. utah senator mike lee is here, too. in fact, it's his political action committee hosting a fundraising ski
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more, 2% plus range. beenf the things that has lately is u.k. market the tax breaks. is that something you can replicate on the continent? we have this branch of financial services now. we will increase the penetration of financing. it is giving additional business opportunities and increases customer retention. >> why will i buy one of your cars this year? simply because you're financing is better or because i like the product? talk me through the selling points that gm is going to be delivering to put itself back on the map. >> we believe that the product and the brand are key. the product is really improved now. we have great products. the brand is also great. opel got a bit too pale in the past. we have a new campaign now. the german and approachable bit of the brand. on the technology side, we have really given products the new engines. >> you have a lot of ties with russia. can you plan for what is going on right now? do you have contingencies in place? >> it is obviously difficult to plan in such an environment and in emerging countries in general. russia is a very important mar
box. >> if you're itemizing the taxes and all of that, as well. >> how about this one, called mint, the oldest member of the group but helps you track your money. >> mint is great for this all-inclusive spending. it tracks your spending, tracks your budget, allows you to take goals. set a goal for college. you can see your investment accounts. all your assets, all of your liabilities. it shows you what you've been spending in certain categories. and then when it comes tax time, which we're coming up on, you can search by expenses, which is really great because then, again, you don't -- and this actually also works with shoe box. if you were taking those photos with shoe box, pull that information into mint. >> i love that. and this next one is going to help you with taxes. turbo taxes, a lot of people have software but now the app, as well. and this allows you to file straight from your phone? >> exactly, right from your phone. and one of the great things about this is you can use this product called snap text. so you, again, snap a picture of your w-2, just hold it straight in fro
, who pay their taxes and do whatever the law requires them to do should be eligible to be put on the path of citizenship? >> i apologize, but i have a very short period of time. >> i am concerned about refugee relocation. we are get august lot of these refugees to my home state of georgia. i am not sure these refugees are being betted as thoroughly as they should be. there are a lot of people who want to do harm to americans. i would like to work with you on this issue. i think this is a very dangerous issue of our accepting these refugees into this country and not having someway of monitoring them. i think we are getting too many, and these people are being forced upon american citizens in a way that a is going to be dangerous for our own homeland security. i am also very concerned about the abu dhabi pre clearance that was suggested. we have seen tsa allow people who are on the no fly list get on airplanes. tsa is not in itself prevented one terrorist attack. every terrorist attack way have seen -- attack we have seen in this nation that has been prevented has not been preve
. >> it's not just an education problem, then. in the 1980'sg was the reagan tax cuts. maybe some of this is a structural economic explanation. >> there is a nation. we are not recruiting enough high school workers. we are not making it easy enough for smart kids from low incomes to go to college. >> great to have you here. peter henry. he was our guest host for the hour. more yellen testimony when we come back. ♪ >> live from bloomberg headquarters in york, this is "market" with erik schatzker and stephanie ruhle. >> question time. we returned to capitol hill where janet yellen is taking questions from senators about the american economy and the fed 's historic stimulus program. >> russian stocks tank as the ruble follows. fears of conflict might turn into something else. i reporters talk to the ukrainian prime minister. >> vico. the controversial arizona law that would have allowed toinesses to refuse services gays is officially be towed we will be to business groups about a fight -- the fight. welcome back to market makers. >> it is 11:00. you have been watching together with
your time and tax money? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm sally kohn on the left. >> i'm newt gingrich on the right. in the "crossfire" tonight guests on opposite sides of this country's food wars. it is a legitimate concern to wore be the health of the american people. michelle obama's done all of us a favor by starting a conversation about nutrition. but the food labels she unveiled today are nothing more than symbolic liberalism. >> we're overhauling these labels to make them easier to read and understand. >> we've been ignoring government labels for 23 years. so now we're going to spend an immense amount of money on a multi-year process to rearrange the information, make it larger and add even more that you'll never read or use. because it makes liberals feel good. it is pure symbolism. >> actually, it's not symbolic at all. it makes us liberals thinner and that's our secret trick to living longer, then wng
consider that the law's medical twice tax alone is projected to kill as many as 33,000 jobs and that 60% of business owners and h.r. professionals recently surveyed said that obamacare will negatively impact jobs. as member of that group recently put it, "small businesses have an incentive to stay small." -- under obamacare. that's because obamacare can punish businesses that choose to hire more workers. in my home state of the kentucky, the tension between the priorities of the left and the needs of the real people is on full display. that's because the obama administration has trained its sights son somsights on some oft vulnerable people. hardworking minors just want to put food on the table. here's why. because according to the liberal elite's in washington, these folks are standing in the way of their they'r theories. a practical approach that takes the concerns and anxieties of these people into account would promote clean energy even as it acknowledges the real-world biflts of traditional sources of energy. my point is this: the administration has broken faith with the middle cla
on that care knowing it could have large tax on our estimates. these and other challenges made it difficult to find valid and reliable data that were adequate for the needs of this research. fortunately the national institute on aging nia under the leadership of dr. hodes and susman had the foresight to invest in a data infrastructure for health and retirement study without which this research could not have been accomplished. the h.r.s. has become the preeminent data source for general population representative studies on aging. it provides a wide range of data including cognition, health care cost an informal caregiving. however the h.r.s. lack the measure of the dementia status of its respondents. in 1998 a multiple disciplinary team including myself proposed and then fielded a small subsidy to diagnose a sample of respondents for dementia status. in our study we use these diagnoses to estimate the status of a much larger sample around 6000 persons. according to our results in 2010 the prevalence of dementia in the population 871 or older was 14.7%. annual health care spending attributab
terrific -- our legendary local analyst at wnbc always tells me, al, you have the celebrity tax. >> you do. >> people -- even though you're not a celebrity, they do know you. >> they absolutely do. >> you'd better overtip. >> err on the side -- >> err on the side of caution. >> our control room is obviously bored with this and said move on. >> they said are you going to give me a tip if. >> i've got a tip for you, stop talking to me. >> you've got a check of the weather, roker. >> let's show you what we've got going on. and for saturday, it's going to be frigid in the plains. that storm system making its way east. we've got snow through the pacific northwest. sunny and cold along the eastern seaboard. then sunday, we've got a mess coming. a risk of strong storms, icy conditions, snowy as you get into the midwest, and that continues to push into the east on into monday. that's what's going on around the >>> good morning, 9:32 the time right now. rain continues to fall but it is very spotty right now. you can see we're still finding showers off of the coast and lightning from time to time. k
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